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Clever interior design for large rooms

To have a home with large rooms is the ne pus ultra. But sometimes it turns out to be quite difficult to come up with an interior that makes sense and is cozy at the same time without appearing too coolish. I had the problem that I wanted to subdivide our 50 sqm living room into a dining and living area without having to install actual walls. Finally I asked a professional for large rooms. Through this we gained a new look for our huge room where we all feel comfortable. Let me summarize these tips for you!

Lobster menu at the restaurant Duke – a tip!

The name alone was promising: lobster menu. And on top created by chef Florian Lauert at the restaurant Duke in Berlin. We didn’t need to know more to set out again for another visit! Because at the Duke inside of the Ellington Hotel in berlin we are allowed to look over the master’s shoulder. And we get exclusive tips that we love to share with you of course!

*adert due to location placement* unpaid!!

Playground workout

The moms among you know that dilemma: there is almost no time left for oneself not to mention time to work out. But I discovered a great gym: the playground. It’s great because I am often there with my kids anyway and it’s for free. Of course I don’t have a planned through playground workout but I am geting out of breath and then I feel great afterwards. Just because I got some exercise for my body. Unfortunately we don’t get a bikini body by digging in a sandbox!

Cooking unplugged – dining without electricity!

Cooking unplugged could be everything: broiling, baking stick bread or – as at the Duke restaurant inside the Ellington Hotel in Berlin – high cuisine! We tried it out and were surprised about the delicious creations by head chef  Florian Glauert who together with the fantastic head chefs Markus Semmler, Ben Pommer, Thomas Imbusch and the brothers Eggert came up with an artful and exquisite menu!

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Skiing in the summer – where there’s always winter

As many of you know we love to try out new things as a family.  And this time we experienced something really crazy – skiing in the summer! But not on a glacier. We just had to travel for two hours from Berlin to reach the skiing hall Hamburg-Wittenburg. Let me tell you how it was to ski down the slopes when we had 30 degrees Celsius outside and what Felix Neureuther has in common with us.

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